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Anandamaya kosha

Source Quote

He went again to his father, asked the same question, and received the same answer. 5So Bhrigu went and practised tapas, spiritual prayer. And then he saw that Brahman is joy: for FROM JOY ALL BEINGS HAVE COME, BY JOY THEY ALL LIVE, AND UNTO JOY THEY ALL RETURN. This was the vision of Bhrigu Varuni which came from the Highest; and he who sees this vision lives in the Highest.


Kosha/s Explained

The innermost kosha is associated with a sense of joy, contentment, and interconnectedness. It transcends the limitations of individual identity and connects to a greater universal consciousness. It's often described as a state of pure bliss and unity. In this state, inspiration and insight can arise naturally. When we tap into this kosha, we may feel inspired to take positive actions that align with a sense of purpose and interconnectedness.


Keep Elevated

We may move in and out of this bliss state, and back and forth through the many sheaths on a regular basis. Bliss Is something available to all of us, and the more we bring each layer of being into balance, the more readily available this state becomes. We tend to get caught up in the lower levels of awareness with our day to day dramas and dreams. When we manage to transcend these story lines we come home to our true nature. Bliss isn’t something we need to look outwardly for. It’s something that exists within us, and something that is found when attention turns inward.


Explore in Yoga

Just be. Enjoy the silence. Or engage in activities that bring joy and fulfilment can help access this state of bliss. The nature of your true self is spacious and open and free from desires and attachments. Wake up to awareness, and see for yourself who you really are: nothing…and everything. Things can happen all around you but you don't 'wobble' react. You're in the world but not of it. You have pure focus
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